Belfort was expected to face Weidman on December 6, 2014 at UFC 181 .  However, on September 22, it was announced that Weidman had suffered a broken hand and the bout was again rescheduled to take place on February 28, 2015 at UFC 184 .   In turn, on January 30, 2015, the UFC announced that Weidman had pulled out of the bout again, citing an injury he sustained in training.  The bout with Weidman eventually took place on May 23, 2015 at UFC 187 .  Belfort found initial success with a flurry of punches early in the opening of the first round, but Weidman survived them, secured a takedown, achieved the mount position and defeated Belfort via TKO due to punches. 
Jon Jones has stood toe to toe with every fighter he has faced with the exception of Vladimir Matyushenko which he took to the ground right away. If you watch the video, although Lyoto did win the first round, Jones connected with a straight left that cause Lyoto to take the fight to the ground. From there he elbowed him opening the gash on his head which was the beginning of the end. Jones is a wrestler first, but no one has had an answer to his hybrid muay thai / boxing skills. He has never lost a round fighting on his feet until he faced the complexity of Machida’s karate. When he was in danger he didn’t shoot Machida for a take down, he stood up to him and clocked him. Please don’t comment in any forum again.
On top of the insinuations about Hernandez’s reputation, the suit alleges that Hernandez’s general marks on his reviews began to drop noticeably after 2011. In addition, Hernandez has not been selected to work a World Series during Torre’s time in the commissioner’s office despite his veteran status and what Hernandez says is his notable proficiency at his job—nor, for that matter, has he been promoted to crew chief despite applying for the role multiple times. Officiating the World Series (something Hernandez was selected for in 2002 and 2005) and being promoted to crew chief (a job Hernandez has twice taken up on an interim basis) both come with substantial pay increases that Hernandez feels he has been unfairly prevented from getting.